Viewing status, pausing, postponing, and resuming a system job that you created require permissions that are found in all default security roles Defined sets of privileges.The security role assigned to a user determines which tasks the user can perform and which parts of the user interface the user can view. All users must be assigned at least one security role in order to access the system.. Deleting a system job requires permissions that typically are available only to people with the System Administrator security role. More information about specific permissions and performing this task while offline: Configuration Permissions
In the Navigation Pane, click Settings, and then click System Job.
Select the system job that you want to cancel or that you want to change the status of.
On the More Actions menu, click one of the following items:
Stops the system job permanently. Any actions that the system job had not yet completed are not performed.
Stops the system job temporarily, with an option to resume it automatically at a specified time.
Stops the system job temporarily. You can resume a paused system job at any time.
Restarts a paused system job. Any actions that the system job had not yet completed are performed.
If a system job fails, you can view the details about what steps failed and what the problems may have been. First, open the system job record. To display details about system job failures, move your pointer over the warning symbols.
To view system job failures in a format that you can print or copy and paste, click the Print button.